III. RESPONSE TO GEPA 417(b) (Continued)
o A National Longitudinal Study, (Hispanic Supplement) by NQRC,
o Special Tasks for the National Clearinghouse for Bilingual Education by
InterAmerica Research Associates.
o Examining the Bilingual Education Management Information System-»ADP,
o A study of Services to Recent Immigrants by Hope Associates, Incorpor-
ated of Washington, D.C.
o A Language Minority Student Supplement to the National Assessment of
Educational Progress (NAEP) conducted by the Education Testing Service
(ETS) in Princeton, New Jersey.
o A field Grant Study .of LEP Students Transitionlng into All-English Ser-
vices by Network, Incorporated of Boston, Massachusetts.
o A Synthesis of Part C and Other ED Research on Languaye Minority
Populations Since FY 1979 by Pelavin Associates of Washington, D.C.
o Teacher Language Skills Survey by InterAmerica Research Associates
of Roslyn, Virginia
o Language Assessment Instruments Used by Local Schools by East/West
Associates of San Francisco, California
o Significant Bilingual Instructional Features Study by the Center
for InterActive Research and Development of San Francisco, California
o Student Data Bases Compiled by School Districts by the New York
City Board of Education in Brooklyn, New York
o Survey of School of Education Grants by Ebd Associates of Washington,
o An Evaluation of the Service Structures of the Evaluation, Dissemina-
tion, and Assessment Centers (EDAC) and the National Clearinghouse for
Bilingual Education by Pelavin Associates of Washington, D.C.
o A Longitudinal Impact Study—Out lying Territories Option—by Develop-
ment Associates of Arlington, Virginia
o An Assessment Phase (Phase II) to the Longitudinal Impact Study by
Development Associates of Arlington, Virginia
o An Assessment Phase to the Immersion Projects Study by SRA Techno-
logies in Mountain View, Californiammendations for Legislation